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Photoshop. Brushes. Tutorials. Textures. FREE PSD FILES - Free PSD resources like textures, icons, buttons, backgrounds and many many more.. Learn InDesign CS5 & CS5.5. CuttyFruty. Creating Live Captions in InDesign CS5. Live captions are perfect for adding descriptions to images placed within an InDesign document.

Creating Live Captions in InDesign CS5

InDesign uses the metadata from an imported file and generates a text frame. For example, if you have a contact sheet set up from an image library you can use Live Caption to automatically add descriptions to each frame. If you are interested in saving time, read on. Step 1 For the purposes of the tut I am using a contact page set up from my image library.

Step 2 To activate the Caption feature we first need to set up some options. Step 3 The Caption Setup is divided into two main parts. Step 4 The lower division gives the user control over the position and alignment of the Caption. Step 5 Visually nothing will have changed within InDesign, this is fine. Here is an image of the Captions added to my contact sheet. Step 6 Now let's have a look at how the Captions behave around frames and how they are anchored. Step 7 Now take the same caption and move it below a different image. Step 8 Step 9 Conclusion. Beginners Guides to InDesign. Working with Nested Styles in InDesign. Clipping Masks in InDesign. A tutorial for good typography in InDesign - Setting up a baseline grid. Good clean typography is a fundemental skill of any designer.

A tutorial for good typography in InDesign - Setting up a baseline grid

Most designers believe they have good typography but in my experience it is something which is developed through time and experience. I think we all begin our design lives with a desire to be outrageously creative, and only as we mature, begin realise that simplicity and structure is just as, if not more important. In this article, I will go through some simple steps to acheive good clean well structured typography in Adobe Indesign. The first step is to choose your typefont. In this case I have chosen a simple standard font of Helvetica Neue. Next choose how many columns you want the page to be.

So we have set up a grid vertically, the next step will be to set up a horizontal or baseline grid, which all our text will stick to. Start the grid at 10mm in accordance with your borders. Now we will add a heading. I shall now add an introduction paragraph in the exact same way. So thats it, I have waffled on long enough.